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Losing weight quickly – is it really bad for you, if classed as overweight?

Weight loss can be a sensitive and complicated subject, and there are many strongly held feeling on both sides of the fence - especially where obesity is concerned. Many who are not affected themselves are quick to judge and preach, often influenced by reports in popular media. I’m currently studying for

Broadband burnout? 5 Tips to improve your wellbeing

For the last 12+ months, you've probably spent more time online than ever before. Whether working from home, homeschooling, keeping in touch with friends and family or all of the above, I'd hazard a guess that you reached the point of exhaustion ages ago. There comes a point where you

What are the main benefits of meditating?

Meditation has previously been associated with religion and individuals that have strong faiths and belief systems. However, over the past decade, more and more people are adopting meditation techniques into their everyday lives and are feeling the benefits of doing so.  In this article, we will discuss what the main benefits

Overcoming Grief, Quantum Healing and Non-Negotiables – In Conversation with Dr. Carly Reimold

J.Allan Longshadow: I'm joined today by Carly Reimold, who is currently in Canada, but you've actually spent much of your life in different places. Haven't you?  Carly Reimold: I have indeed. I was originally born in Germany and when I was very young, my parents moved to South Africa where I

Finding Power Through Poetry – An Interview with Catrin Roberts

As we celebrate International Women’s Day with a series of features, Women’s Editor Lara Edwards speaks to poet and spoken word performer Catrin Roberts to discover how her love of poetry has helped her overcome anxiety, conquer fear and open up incredible new opportunities, while also allowing her to champion and

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